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     The University of Virginia is home to the Virginia Cavaliers football team. The school is located in Charlottesville, Virginia.  Every year, the team plays in Scott Stadium (which at full capacity, can hold over 61,000 fans).  The team's mascot is the Cavalier, or "CavMan" as he is known as around campus.  The Cavalier is a reference to the early days of Virgina.  Prior to the Revolutionary War, many of Virginia's citizens were loyal to the English crown.  These loyalists were referred to as cavaliers.  The schools official fight song is Wah-Hoo-Wah.  The school is in the NCAA Division I, and competes in the Coastal Division of the Atlantic Coast Conference.  The teams colors are orange and navy blue. The team's major rivals are North Carolina (their oldest rival), Virginia Tech, and Maryland. 



     From 2001-2009, the team was coached by Al Groh.  Groh was named ACC Coach of the Year in 2002 and 2007.  However, on December 7, 2009, Groh was replaced by Mike London.  London was the head coach of the University of Richmond, but had previously been an assistant coach under Groh. The 2009 season ended with Virginia Tech having a 3-9 record. 

     The football team has won two ACC championships - one in 1989 (which they shared with Duke), and 1995 (when they were co-champions with Florida State).  The 1989 season was perhaps the team's best, with them competing in the Florida Citrus Bowl (which they ended up losing).  The schools first bowl appearance was in 1984; however, they lost that game to Clemson.  The team has produced several well known players, including: Tiki Barber (retired from the Green Bay Packers), Don Majkowski (retired quarterback who played for the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, and Detroit Lyons), and Tyrone Davis (retired from the Green Bay Packers and New York Jets).  The Cavaliers are also represented by several players, including : Branden Alberts (at the Kansas City Chiefs), Brian Barthelmes (at the New England Patriots), Ronde Barber (at the Tampa Bay Buccanees), Marques Hagans (at the Washington Redskins), Brad Butler (at the Buffalo Bills), and Thomas Jones (at the New York Jets).



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